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TANDEM BOOKING OFFICESSki Service ski shop, 

Les Ruinettes, At the top of the Médran cable car.  

ACCOMMODATION ADDRESS FOR COURSES & HOLIDAYS: 

La Ruinette, Rue de Verbier, 1, 1934 Le Châble, Switzerland

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Verbier-Summits is certified & approved BHPA school located in Switzerland. Switzerland has the highest standard of teaching regulations in the World regulated by the Federal Civil Aviation Authorities, OFAC. Verbier-Summits is the only BHPA school in the world to also be regulated by OFAC. The Chief Flying Instructor at Verbier-Summits is trained and qualified to teach by:

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This website is made by BRAND BUILDERY, Photography: ​Hamish Storey, Melody Sky and Verbier Promotion / David Carlier, Video: Hamish Storey and Verbier Promotion

"A TRUE ALPINE EXPERIENCE."

– Cross Country Magazine

AVAILABILITY

All year on request

MEETING POINT

Ruinettes

LANGUAGE

English or French

PRICE

From 490CHF per person

& 790CHF per tandem

MINIMUM AGE

14 Years for flight

GIFT VOUCHERS

Available from 490CHF

FLIGHT PHOTOS 

& VIDEO

Available

DURATION

Half day

FLY WITH OUR COACHES

We will usually fly you by helicopter to the summit of the Petit Combin at an altitude of almost 3,800m. Sometimes we can ridge soar the impressive North face, before gliding down over the Corbassiere glacier, looking down into the deep blue crevasses as you fly overhead. From this altitude, even a top-bottom sled ride can take over an hour.

Other summits that we can take you to with the helicopter include Argentiere on the Mt Blanc Massif, Trient and Rosa Blanche.

–  Reeve Martin from article featured in SKYWINGS Magazine